Browse the interiors section from our dealers at Alfies, here you will find a curated selection of interior furnishings from the 1940s up to modern day.
Diplomat Treasures International
You will find something desirable in Andre's eclectic stand if you are a collector of paintings, modern art, Russian icons, Chinese vases, sunken treasures, African carvings, Japanese antiques and much more. Most items are from private collections.
Geoffrey trades in Art Deco and post-war glass, china, lighting, mirrors, photo frames and small furniture, notably in the Modernist style, Midwinter and Studio Pottery, Jadeite, Depression glass, and Pyrex, Whitefriars, Murano, Scandinavian glass, Art Deco wall lights, ceiling and table lights, high quality chrome photo frames, cocktail items, trays, Viners and Old Hall stainless steel. He also has a wide variety of antique champagne glasses, with prices starting from £25.00.
Thirteen Upholstery Workshop
Thirteen Upholstery Workshop has been established at Alfies since 2004, but has been in the business for more than 25 years with a wide range of happy clients.
Specific designs with particular period considerations are frequently undertaken. Thirteen Upholstery Workshop can also travel to certain jobs. The workshop deals with all materials from silk to leather on an unlimited range of furniture and other items.
Please contact us if you would like a quote for our services.
Thirteen Interiors has been in Alfies since 2004 collecting & trading in furniture, lighting, glass and objects based on simplicity of design and functionality, so much a characteristic of the late 1940s and early 1950s. All items are original and have been polished, re-wired and re-upholstered at our workshop, Thirteen Upholstery Workshop on the 1st Floor.
Louise Verber Antiques
Louise has a distinctive stand consisting of 20th century interiors and furniture. She specialises in glass and mirrored pieces with an exceptional collection of Val St Lambert glass vases and lighting, as well as mirrored picture frames from the 1920s - 1950s. Louise often stocks large gilt floral floor and wall lamps.
Martin Rooney offers continental mid-century decorative items, furniture with a modernist emphasis and attention to detail and French and Italian lighting from designers such as Willy Rizzo. The collection of furniture is chic yet understated. They are designs that look great in modern spaces, domestic or commercial and with antique or twentieth century interiors.
Cupio Gallery was born out of Matthew’s personal passion for Italian, mid-century product design, with the great talents of the pre and post-war Italian architects/designers becoming a major influence. Whilst Cupio principally offer Italian design, this is not exclusive as items are sourced worldwide from a variety of contacts that strive to provide clients with quality genuine pieces that will enhance any interior.
Travers Antiques sell an eclectic mix of Mid-century, antique and industrial lighting and furniture. they established their business in the 1970s and specialise in blending their collection made from objects picked for their individual appeal.
Lighting, glass, ceramics and collectables. Renato houses a wonderful collection of chandeliers, ceiling lights, lamps, 1930s glass, Bakelite, Art Deco photo frames, tiles, and collectables with most of his stock from the 1900s - 1950s. Renato also specialises in Chippendale glass from the early 1900s - 1930s. He also has thousands of crystal drops to replace those lost or broken on your chandelier. His motto is: "What you are looking for is here - you just have to find it!"
The Moderns Eu
Jozefein and Lorna are a design duo that started out as admirers, then collectors, in between they became addicts and later hoarders of the twentieth century design. Soon the duo exchanged their wares for money and scoured the earth to find objects unique of their time, like the leather mummified chair by Adnet, or the light sculpture by Sciolari.
Steven has created his own style in his vintage shop of lighting design and interiors furnishings by buying things that he loves and mixing up the look in a creative way. He invites people to come to his shop and experience the many eclectic pieces he offers which include design by Paul Kingma, Gerard Van den Berg, Maison Jansen sitting alongside industrial pieces, rustic country, 1950s lights, mirrors and leather.
Christine offers a selection of British, European and South American 20th century lighting, accessories and furniture.